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Thu, Sep 03, 2015

Onerous California Bill Headed To Governor Brown

Would Place Severe Restrictions On UAV Use In The State

SB 142, introduced by CA Sen. Hannah-Beth Jackson (D) passed the General Assembly 56-13 on 24 August and the Senate 21-12 on 27 August. SB 142 would effectively create a no-fly zone for unmanned aircraft and unmanned aircraft systems at altitudes below 350 feet over private property in California.

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Thu, Sep 03, 2015

National Safety Forum To Debut At NBAA2015

Will Be Held On The Final Day Of The Las Vegas Conference

The NBAA's inaugural National Safety Forum will be conducted on the third and final day of the Association’s Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA2015), which is set for Nov. 17 to 19 in Las Vegas, NV.

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Thu, Sep 03, 2015

FAA Selects Unmanned Aircraft Executives

'Hoot' Gibson And Earl Lawrence Named To New Positions

The FAA has selected Marke “Hoot” Gibson and Earl Lawrence for two executive-level positions that will guide the agency’s approach to safe, timely and efficient integration of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) into U.S. airspace.

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Thu, Sep 03, 2015

AUVSI's Wynn Calls For More UAV Regulations

Says Such Measures Needed Until FAA Finalizes Small UAS Rules

In a keynote speech at the Ohio Unmanned Aircraft System conference in Dayton, Ohio, AUVSI president and CEO Brian Wynne called for more regulation of UAS. Wynne said that until the FAA finalizes its long awaited small UAS rules, there is much uncertainty about where operators should and should not fly and for what purpose.

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Thu, Sep 03, 2015

Robinson Introduces New Autopilot, Aspen Primary Flight Display Package

Systems Approved For Installation On R44, R66 Helos

The same Genesys Aerosystems HeliSAS (Helicopter Stability Augmentation System) and autopilot that was FAA approved on the R66 earlier this year is now available on Robinson’s top selling R44.

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Thu, Sep 03, 2015

FAA Grants Approval To Operate Largest Commercial Drone Fleet In The Nation

Company Granted Section 333 Exemption To Fly More Than 300 Types Of UAVs

The FAA has made Measure the only company with permission to fly more than 300 different types of UAVs for a broad range of commercial applications.

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Thu, Sep 03, 2015

UAV Operator Arrested For Close Encounter With Police Helo

Accused Of Interfering With Police Work

A person flying a UAV in Los Angeles has been accused of interfering with police work after flying his quadcopter within 50 feet of a police helicopter searching an area near Sunset Boulevard and Western Avenue in the city.

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Wed, Sep 02, 2015

Aero-TV: Center of Attention – Oshkosh Tower/AirVenture 2015

No Matter What, You Can't Get To The BIG SHOW Without KOSH Tower!

It’s been said that during EAA AirVenture, the control tower at Wittman Regional Airport is the busiest tower in the world. In this video you have the chance to see how it works and to listen-in on some of the communications. ANN reporter, Bruce Brandon, had the opportunity to interview, Elaine Buckner, who is the Air Traffic Manager at the EAA AirVenture control tower.

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Wed, Sep 02, 2015

NZ UAV Operator Fined $3,000 For A ‘Favor’

Had Captured Video Of New Zealand’s Anzac Day Celebration At The Request Of The City Council

UAV operator Robert Edwards got caught up in a regulatory change that resulted in $3,000 in fines levied by the New Zealand government for flying his aircraft over the Anzac Day centenary commemoration in Palmerston North in New Zealand.

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Wed, Sep 02, 2015

UK-Singapore Collaboration Prepares For Record UAV Flight

Will Attempt 300 Kilometer Flight With Hydrogen-Powered Aircraft

A new civilian fuel cell UAV designed for search and rescue is gearing up for the world’s first ever 300 km UAV flight to cross the North Sea, linking Scotland to Norway.

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